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  1. mimixownzall

    Damn… I wished you lived next to me. I would offer all the free labor I could just to learn.

  2. demonic477

    since you left a drain hole in the frame rails and you want to protect it from rust you can pour cavity wax in to the drain holes and flip and roll the frame every which a way with the fork truck to spread the wax around before you build the truck . or just mix grease and fuel oil and use that to coat the inside of the frame they both work yes it's a pain but it won't rust for a long time

  3. Paul Mc

    How did it measure up after welding? Still square?

  4. Keith Gassien

    my names Keith. I'm looking to get into the automotive trade, i was wondering if you had any advice. i am from Canada as well.

  5. Storm'n Norm'n Projects

    You should of welded in to your welds, so they tie in hot. It's good practice.

  6. Leandros Komninos

    If I had a plasma cutter, i'd 'perforate' the bend lines for those tabs. Would make a sharper bend and can fill them afterwards…..Hindsight is a wonderful thing. Oh, wasn't needed. Oops.
    Pie is a natural number for mathematicians, and a natural food for mechanics!

  7. PIPER DOUG

    Yeah im glad we here in west Toba don't have your road salt issues.

  8. John Trevena

    Good math , product over factor equations!!

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